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Another Sentencing Delay in Case of Women Involved in Interstate Fugitive Flight


ALLEGAN, MI (WHTC) - For the second time, sentencing was postponed involving Allegan women involved in last fall’s interstate fugitive flight of Gregory Bradshaw and Kenneth Grauman. Circumstances surrounding bond in Colorado need to be sorted out, according to Allegan County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Cronin, before he could hand down his decision about Brittany Rector, the 19-year-old girlfriend of Grauman. She and Lauralee Grauman, the girlfriend of Bradshaw and Kenneth Grauman’s cousin, admitted to their involvement in a burglary and car theft in Dorr in conjunction with the flight. Cronin had been ill last month at Lauralee Grauman’s sentencing date. Rector is now slated for sentencing on July 15th; no new date officially set for Lauralee Grauman. 

Kenneth Grauman and Bradshaw broke free from a state corrections program in Baldwin and hooked up with their girlfriends near Allegan. They then embarked on a multi-state flight that included several alleged burglaries and car thefts. The four were eventually captured at a motel west of Pueblo, Colorado several days later with meth-making materials; Kenneth Grauman and Bradshaw pled guilty to charges there and are each serving sentences, while the women had agreed to plea deals and were released.